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Donald Trump preparing new sanctions for Iran

10 Mai 2018

Sending these threats and making this stage of war - I think that's Trump's plan. The discussion eventually descended into a food-fight, as the panel debated the best course of action for dealing with Iran.

North Korea can and likely will use the White House's decision to rip-up the Iran nuclear deal as a reason to stand firm on certain aspects of a proposed denuclearization agreement during negotiations.

"The deal isn't dead".

Economic growth spiked to 6.5% in 2016 after declining by 1.6% the previous year. The hardness of his words was revealed in Persian term chosen for error, Ghalat, an unusual profanity in mouth of ayatollah and of difficult translation.

As we wrote in this space yesterday upon learning of Trump's decision: "The Iran nuclear deal, another example of Obama's handiwork, was dangerously advantageous to Iran, freeing it from economic sanctions in return for almost nothing". It is a multilateral arms control deal, unanimously endorsed by a United Nations Security Council Resolution.

"Mr. Trump, on behalf of Iranians, I say to you, you have made a serious mistake", said Khamenei, quoted by PressTV.

Seven sectors finished in the red, with utilities and telecom leading the way down with losses of 2.5% and 1.3% respectively. "We don't have that right now in President Trump".

The president confirmed last night the US will officially exit the nuclear agreement. Le Drian said he and his British and German counterparts will meet later on May 9 with Iranian representatives for talks.

He fears that there is no sensible alternative to a nuclear agreement.

Considering European signatories still support the deal, Iran said it would still comply and there are six months before the sanctions unfold, so there was still time to work something out, Melek said. "This amounts to a declaration of war".

The world is getting messier because of the U.S. Major regional powers, including Beijing and Brussels, must consolidate their political will. It is time for them to deliberate how to jointly confront the U.S. and defend the global order.

US sanctions related to Iran's oil exports will kick in on November 4 at the end of a "wind down period", after which large buyers such as India might come under American pressure to begin weaning themselves off Iranian oil.

"The issue of incentives (to keep Iran in the deal) is completely absent from U.S. thinking". We ought to be clear about this: Donald Trump isn't ripping up a treaty; he's walking away from Barack Obama's personal pledge. No good and will not be accepted!

Third, the JCPOA does not rely on trust-it is rooted in the most far-reaching inspections and verification regime ever negotiated in an arms control deal.

"Iran's behavior across the spectrum concerns me every day", Peek said. The United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Saudi Arabia all voiced their approval of Trump's action.

The president even mentioned that Iran's military budget has increased by 40%.

Rouhani underscored that what the US president did was a wrong move. "That shows we're not going to rely on paper performances but real performance", said National Security Adviser John Bolton.

Georgia's U.S. senators are also backing the president's decision.

Donald Trump preparing new sanctions for Iran